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posted. >> still ahead on sports what coach jim harbaugh passed to say and n f l firing some who were shown the door later in sports. ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ] ♪ no more paper anything. safeway presents just for u. ♪ save more. save easier. saving more, starts now. just for u on the safeway app. >>> people around the world already ringing in 2013. here now is a look at some more new year celebrations from across the globe. ringing in the new year in the bay area. and across the country. (music) (cheers & applause) (music) >>> this is a live look at san francisco. where thousands are expected to gather along the embarcadero to watch the fireworks go off at midnight. and the new year is a little more than 30-minutes away in new york city. the crystal ball will drop in times square at the top of the hour. we'll take you there live. >> look outside. a very cold night. details on that. with your full forecast, coming up. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light creamy potato with bacon & cheese soup says it's 100 calorie
his decision. jim moran of virginia's eighth district released the following statement shortly aft bill was passed. quote, i've been hoping to cast a ballot for a balanced deal which addresses both long run fiscal issues and the artificial short-term crisis created by the budget control act. the bill before us today is wholly inadequate. it leaves our country with three more fiscal cliffs to negotiate over the next three months. i'm deeply concerned by the long-term consequences of this hastily crafted agreement. i cannot in good conscience support this legislation. that from virginia congressman jim more ran. -- >> jim moran. >>> lawmakers from both parties are speaking out against the decision by house republican leaders to end the congressional session without voting on an aid bill for victims of superstorm sandy. new york republican peter king said the decision was indefensible. maryland democrat steny hoyer said he was deeply disappointed. last friday the senate approved a $60.4 billion sandy relief meetings. the house appropriations committee drafted a smaller bill. a vote by
. she also is an ordained minister. she married jim and bill, a couple that has been together for 35 years. they both said with a started dating in the 1970's they never thought they would see the day when they could legally wed. they made it official early this morning. >> i am very happy. this is as happy as i have ever been and to be able to spend the rest of my life with bill legally. and to show the gay community it can be done. >> bill and jim say they hope other states will follow maryland's lead and legalize same-sex marriage. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. a number of other new laws go into effect as well. elections will now be held in the same cycles as the presidential elections. another new law allows a parent the right to freeze credit reports to protect kids and disabled adults from identity theft. advocates hope it will help protect foster kids. you can see more on our website, wbaltv.com. >> another opportunity to lower the crime rate in the city. the commissioner talked about made.ogress they have >> all of our crime stats are down. and last year was a dyn
much we can expect and when. doug. >> yeah, jim. we're watching this storm actually make its way in right now. i think the pretreatment of the roadways is going to help in a big way as we make our way through the night tonight into early tomorrow morning. 38 degrees at the airport. winds out at the northeast at 3 miles an hour. no windchill to talk about. it's a fairly nice friday evening. as we make our way into saturday morning, we're going to run into a few problems. this is why. take a look at the temperatures. 38 here. below freezing well to the north and west including manassas, leesburg, and frederick. that means anything that does fall will most likely start to stick on the roadways and of course on other surfaces as well. any of the secondary roads could be problematic early tomorrow morning. that's why we do have that winter weather advisory in effect. it does not include the district, prince georges county, fairfax county and down toward the south and east including all of southern maryland, you're not in that advisory. north and west we're looking at that advisory aro
my second husband, i lot my first one-- wonderful man-- when he was 34. jim and i-- i just lost him three years ago-- dr. jim? >> that's right. we were married 51 years. but anyway before we got married he said you know mary i don't really think we should get married until (inaudible) it would make me feel better. >> rose: jim said that? >> and i said "i think you're right." so i met margaret his new wife and dad and i was asking him mother used toñr say never let the sun go down on your anger. and i say never let something like that ruin your life. you've got to make up w your parents. you've got to make up with somebody that you've had problems with. and it was really wonderful. it really brought us together and i had to talk to trustees once and someone came up to me and said this has done something for my family because there was something like that going on. you musn't ever let something bitter influence the rest of yourÑi life. >> i've always maintained that grandmothers are the best models in the world. if you don't have a good grandmother you're not going to be a good nove
. today the organization launches its some day is today campaign, . jim is the senior co-chair for the ball. thank you for coming in. >> thank you. we're excited to be launching this campaign, because we're really on the brink of making major differences in the lives of patients. i don't think people realize that blood cancer is the number three cancer killer in the country. every 10 minutes somebody dies of blood cancers. yet, we are on the process of getting new drugs making a major difference in people's lives. we funded over $800 million of research. $70millionlast year. we're really excited to be launching this campaign. >> jim, this is something that's near to your heart as well. you are a leukemia survivor yourself. nine years you've been in remission? >> nine years. the leukemia ball has been something i've been involved with. the first leukemia ball i went to, announced the discovery of a new drug. i thought it had nothing to do with me and two years later i'm on it and it's made all the difference. i missed only one day of work. i play tennis a couple of times a
films. has anyone seen big jim mcclain? it's a great movie to go and see, and in fact if you have time tonight, if you go to youtube and put into the bongs, john wayne beats up come -- commies, you'll get the final scene because it's a truly enjoyable moment. what the storyline -- comes our during the time the election is heating up, and by the way, john wayne is a political character. he is very big in the re-elect mccarthy movement. he is also asked after the convention, hey, what do you think about the ticket? and mccarthy says, perfectly, i think that dick nixon will make a fine vice president. no mention of eisenhower because he doesn't like eisenhower. that's joseph mccarthy but that's the person that wayne is big nest port of. and big jim is a story of a tough guy, big jim, constantly mentioned he is 6'3" or something like that throughout the movie. he is working for the house on american activities committee. this is big jim. and big jim goes out to hawaii to break up a communist spy ring. that is mostly made up of doctors in hawaii. and in the end what he does is he finds wher
jim buckley and he deserves a round of applause. [applause] >> let us begin with a paradox. whitaker chambers was a soviet spy who became in bill buckley's words the most important american defector from communism. chambers's public witness about the seductive attractions of communism and its treasonous adherents began in august of 1948 when he identified alger hiss, a bold employe of the liberal establishment as a fellow member of his underground communist cell in the 1930s. this was a former assistant to secretary of state and adviser to president franklin d. roosevelt, the acting secretary general of the united nations' founding conference in san francisco and recently named president of the carnegie endowment for international peace. he emphatically denied chambers's allegation. agreed deal more than the reputations of these two men was at stake. if alger hiss was -- innocent, anti-communist and those associated like richard nixon, a prominent member of the congressional investigating committee would be dealt a devastating blow. as if alger hiss was guilty, anti communism would o
me the truth, i've got some plans for them. yeah if. look jim it's up to you to find out. me? yeah. suppose you mosey into mineral city and find out if there was a robbery and how much the boys got. maybe we won't have to look in those saddle bags after all. it's a good idea rusty. i'll start now. okay. jim, take a look at that bank layout while you're at it. okay rusty. i think i'll take this one. phew. whoa. on second thought i think i will take this one. you act like a cow on his honey moon. it doesn't make any difference which one you pick, i don't think you're gonna do any sleeping around here. well we pulled it off didn't we? well didn't we? i don't know. rusty's pretty smart. but at least we're safe while he's thinking it over. you know the way you talk, i ain't gonna get a wink of sleep tonight. i'll sing you a lullaby. hey i wonder where we eat around here. i don't know but let's get washed up and find out. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ what's the matter with him? bullet what's the matter with you? come away from there. i guess he smells you... i don't have a dog. come on
gone, but some other coaches that might have some worries here, jim schwarz in detroit, daley in buffalo, the list goes on. and tomorrow is an interesting day in the nfl and none of it has to do with action on the field. >> harris: peter, we appreciate you coming in on this sunday night, the last one of 2012, to bring us all the news. >> there you go. >> harris: about the nfl. >> a great year, harris. >> harris: fun to be with you. we've got to get back to breaking news, on the record, statements from the office now of secretary clinton, that the doctor have discovered our secretary of state has a blood clot that had formed stemming from the concussion she sustained several weeks ago. she's being treated with anticoagulants and is at new york presbyterian hospital so that they can monitor the medication over the next 48 hours. thank you so much for bein trying to get a vote, trying to get it together. huck uh key starts -- huck uh booy starts now. >>> out with the old and in with the new. what does 2013 have in store? obama care. over a third of the states won't set up exchang
meteorologist jim dickey is tracking that storm. jim, who is going to get it first? >> seeing the snow right now already across southern illinois and southern, indiana. with the storm, not packing the punch that its predecessor did but still a wide swath of snow across the ohio valley spreading its way north and eastward and then the cold front with the system putting down substantial rainfall. good news is nothing in the way of severe weather reports or reports of damage like we saw with the storm the day after christmas. moves east ward and the heavy rain tracking into the florida panhandle right now. reds and yellows marking the heaviest precipitation. with that further northward sold air in place. the heaviest band of snow the darking blue shade stretches from indianapolis down south of st. louis and that will move north and eastward as we head through the night. the first moves into pennsylvania and weakened and then transfer energy to a system that is going to roll up the coast but that happens too late for this to be a major snowmaker for most of us here. a wide swath of snow from the sto
-weather meteorologist jim dickey to tell us more, jim? >> yeah, good evening, harris, this storm incredible yelled. rapidly striking its way up the coast and brought a swath of snow. and up to 20 inches from the storm and now across the region, not much to look at, but it isn't telling the full story and the pressure off the coast, and bringing in cold air and gusty winds. when you factor in the wind, the real-feel, minus 2 in portland and temperatures will fall here, cold ones, especially in new england and fall to 5 in burlington, down to a cold 9 in portland. like you said, winter is here to stay and of course, we're already looking for our next snowstorm here and new year's eve watching a large system drift out of the four corners out of the southern tier of the rockies, bringing soaking rain across the lower mississippi valley and a swath of snow from the central and southern plains into the ohio valley and not the snow maker we just saw or the predecessor of that storm either. still, decent snow in some spots and especially into kansas through the afternoon, through the morning here, and tha
. we get more now from meteorologist jim dickey. hi, jim. >> good morning. cold air in place across much of the north and east on this new year's eve. these are your early morning temperatures. 5 in burlington. 9 in portland and 18 in boston. as we switch gears now in the north central portions of the country, these are as high as temperatures will get as we go through the day. 9 in bismarck, 14 in pierre. this arctic air mass responsible for some snowfall here today, as well. going to see a swath of snow from kansas into the ohio valley, especially in kansas and missouri, accumulating snowfall here. looking for 1 to 2 inches, locally as much as three, four, maybe five in kansas. paula and john, back to you. >> jim dickey, thanks for that report. >>> tense moments on a flight headed to denver. the plane, actually a photo, the plane lost an engine panel right after taking off from kansas city, missouri. a passenger snapped this picture with their phone. the pilots circled the airport and then landed the plane safely. it's important to note that. it's not clear yet what caused the pan
. jim and i-- i just lost him three years ago-- dr. jim? >> that's right. we were married 51 years. but anyway, before we got married he said you know, mary, i don't really think we should get married until (inaudible) it would make me feel better. >> rose: jim said that? >> and i said "i think you're right." so i met margaret, his new wife, and dad and i was asking him, mother used toñr say never let e sun go down on your anger. and i say never let something like that ruin your life. you've got to make up w your parents. you've got to make up with somebody that you've had problems with. and it was really wonderful. it really brought us together and i had to talk to trustees once and someone came up to me and said this has done something for my family, because there was something like that going on. you musn't ever let something bitter influence the rest of yourÑi life. >> i've always maintained that grandmothers are the best models in the world. if you don't have a good grandmother you're not going to be a good novelist. and they told me about the family origins and the plantati
now. mike, how much support does the speaker have right now to stay in that position? >> you know, jim, that's a great question. there's been a lot of speculation over the last couple days. after all that turmoil yesterday, where there was a back and forth, a question whether house republicans would go along with the overwhelming bipartisan vote, there were republicans very angry about that vote, they didn't think it had enough spending cuts in it to match enough tax hikes, and they hesitated. in the end, speaker john boehner had to put it on the floor that angered a lot of republicans. newscast his number two, eric cantor, the majority leader voted no, and john boehner voted yes on final passage. now, jim, tomorrow is the formally election of the speaker. he's already been nominated. usually a formality. we have no reason to believe otherwise. but you've got to believe that somewhere down the line, he may be weak end here. that's why he's already looking forward to another fiscal clive. >> let's go back to the sandy spending bills. how did something like this happen? a lot of people a
that really matter. >> very niecely and simply put. >> exercising more, too. >>> jim? >>> a couple of those sound family to me. when we come back on "news4 at 4," should sperm donors have to pay child support? we have an unusual court battle shaping up. >>> four words that left her outraged, the insult a woman found written on her ticket when [ male announcer ] when your business is powered by verizon, you can do more business per second. and with more reliable internet, that's more per second. and with a dedicated line, it's more per second. and with an additional line, it's more... table for 15? [ male announcer ] ...per second. but most importantly, it's more... mmm! [ male announcer ] ...per second. get verizon high-speed internet and phone for just $84.99 a month when you sign up online with a two-year price guarantee. plus a $200 verizon visa pre-paid card and an additional line included. verizon. >>> welcome back. >> the stock market rallied today on news of the deal to pull the nation away from the fiscal cliff, but there are signs that investors' relief may not last long. >>> house
a bull market somewhere. i promise to find it for you here on "mad money." i'm jim cramer. see you tomorrow. >>> coming up on "worldwide exchange," retail reality check. it's the day after christmas, early data shows the slowest growth in spending since 2008 this holiday season. we're crunching the numbers for you. >>> the u.s. is set to go over the fiscal cliff in five days. that means taxes will go up for nearly every american. dramatic spending cuts will kick in. president obama and congress will be back from vacation tomorrow. but will anything get done? >>> plus, wild winter weather sweeping through the country. we'll bring you the latest details on which part of the u.s. could be hit next. cnbc's "worldwide exchange" starts now. >>> and welcome to a special edition of reside worldwide. ross andcle reoff today for boxes day in -- kelly are off today for boxing day. for now, you is us. >> we'll start with a brief check on the markets. energy and metals are trading higher now, wtis up about 55 cents. brent crude up 65 cents. also want to check in on the gold price, as well. gold
>> reporter: making election night no surprise the biggest campaign story of the year. jim acosta, cnn, washington. >> and i'm allison kosic. "cnn newsroom" continues now with martin savidge. don't go anywhere. >> thank you very much. >>> welcome to the cnn "newsroom." i'm martin savidge in for fredricka whitfield. here are the top stories we are following right now. >>> that fiscal cliff. we are at the very edge. senate leaders are working through the weekend trying to reach a deal before the deadline. today president obama called on lawmakers to meet their deadlines and responsibilities and forge a compromise to avoid tax hike and spending cuts from taking effect. lisa desjardins is live on capitol hill. what's going on right now? >> reporter: right now it's all behind closed doors, martin. what we just have learned in the last hour, in fact, what reporters have seen here, a surprise. house speaker john boehner was here at the capitol. we're still trying to sort out exactly why he was here, but he wasn't here for very long, it seems. he left in the last hour. also, we were able
investment portfolio. jim awad, a longtime manager. sean egan knows a thing or two about credit ratings, the founder of an independent rating agency not paid by the corporate issuers that it rates. sean, your firm was quick to downgrade the u.s. credit rating last year. if we go over the cliff or lawmakers reach some sort of watered-down compromise, will you downgrade america again? >> no. our take on it is that it's a very positive sign that the government is wrestling with the immediate problem of the budget deficit. it was $1.4 trillion last year. it's probably going to come in at about $1.2 trillion for the current year. so we view this whole wrangling as a positive, that it's the first step to solving a problem is recognizing it. most people in washington and throughout the country are recognizing the immediate problem of the federal budget deficit. >> that is a remarkably glass-half-full view of the world, sean. i appreciate that. let me take a look at world borrowing costs. this is a gauge of how investors feel about a given country. sovereign debt. if you're buying bonds of a co
on christmas day in the nba and we'll give you highlights and play a rematch of the nba finals and jim, one of the 49ers should be con the big lost to seattle. those stories up next ♪ [ female announcer ] no more paper coupons. no more paper lists. [ dog barking ] no more paper anything. safeway presents just for u. save more. save easier. saving more, starts now. just for u on the safeway app. >> new at 11, christmas vacation is cut short for president obama and he's leaving hawaii tomorrow night. the president is returning to the white house to work on a fiscal cliff deal before the year ends. house and senate members are going to reconvene without an agreement, automatic tax increases and that will be triggered in the new year. it looks like few people season. retails are the weakest. holiday sales increased. and they expected them to go 6 to 4%. it's blamed on super sandy which stroke the east coast but let us not forget why obama is returning from hawaii early. the lawmakers will be able to reach a deal. >>> we have rainfalling across the bay area and some heavy showers and departing
suffered through reading my manuscript twice, and lieutenant general jim duquette, if he is here. oh, there you are. gym is the exception to everything i'm saying tonight about the generals. [laughter] a couple of things about jim. is now retired. the only channel i know who retired and enrolled in a ph.d at johns hopkins in philosophy, which is a interesting degree. but jim said you would need to think more on the rule of civilians. he was totally right. in the rewrite of the book is became a major theme. what works, what doesn't work. marshall and was up to me as a model of good civil-military relations, good discourse. they are not particularly friendly spin you say marshall we refuse to have dinner with -- >> didn't like having dinner with them. refuse to laugh at their jokes when fdr referred to as george. he made it clear to his name was general marshall. the first time that marshall ever went to hyde park, roosevelt's home, was for his funeral to be a pallbearer. he kept his distance. yes he was selected for the job because he was candid with roosevelt. before is on the chief
. >> jim moran is wondering if partisan politics has destroyed the chance for any agreement. >> i don't think we will be up to reach a deal, no matter how small it might be. >> the american people are watching what we do. obviously, their patience is already thin. >> if senate leaders reached a deal, rank-and-file senators could vote by sunday, house member sunday night. right now there is not enough time left, they really need a deal tomorrow to beat the monday midnight deadline. richard reeve, abc 7 news. >> in addition to working on a deal on the fiscal cliff president obama has ordered 50 u.s. troops to the african country of chad to help evacuate american citizens and embassy personnel from the neighboring countr rebel forces are approaching the city. the president said it is a deteriorating security situation. the evacuation comes in the wake of criticism of the obama administration's in telling -- handling of the situation in libya. >> former president george h. w. bush is out of the intensive care unit into a regular hospital room tonight. he had been in the hospital since nov
with that the earliest next month with the new congress. it is the main reason why democratic congressman jim moran opposed this bill and he voted -- he vote it down. we'll hear from the in the next half-hour. back to you. >> surae chinn reporting live from capitol hill. >>> it is 5:04. time for the latest your money report of the morning. >> jessica doyle is here with the impact of this deal. >> well, global markets are riding high because this deal actually got passed in the house. there was concern that that wouldn't actually happen. wall street is back in business today after being closed for new year's. checking the numbers for you, the dow stands this morning above the 13,000 mark yet again. good place to start the new year, gamed 166 points on friday. the nasdaq finished at 59 points. the s&p 500 was better by 23 points. even though investors are riding high on this fiscal cliff deal, the nation's money problems are far from over. great quote here to sum up the year ahead. quote, it looks as if lawmakers will spend 2013 staggering from prices to crisis not unlike a bunch of nasty drunks weav
, "short days, short hours, and long pay, and a jim-dandy adventure." >> how do you say "jim dandy" in sanskrit? >> in a dead language? [knock on door] oh, good. here. [door closes] [speaks chinese] >> [speaking chinese] >> [speaking chinese] >> have a nice day, sir. >> have a nice day? >> now, then, how about that toast? >> what about it? >> what about what? >> new assignment, kel? >> oh, i suppose so, in a way. now, then, here is to old russ and to auld lang syne. >> i'm for that. >> right. >> we'll take a cup of kindness. >> indeed we will. >> to life. >> you drink up, and we'll show you old hong kong. oh, hey. >> mm. >> i'm sorry. >> it's ok, it's ok. it's ok. >> listen, you better wash that off with cold water in the bathroom, eh? you're gonna smell like a barfly. >> you a little edgy, kel? >> well, maybe a little. i was up for a tennis match today, and i haven't come down yet. [door closes] >> that guy really your instructor and all that? >> yeah. was. >> what are you gonna do about it? >> about what? >> you know what i'm talking about, robinson. >> i'll do what i'm told. kil
for the holiday season. the need here at grade is year round. >>> coming up later in sports, jim harbaugh, whether the team should be concerned as they near the playoffs given sunday's loss to settle. >>> and the big nba games. >>> and a man named cole on it yellowhorn coles the goal of the year in hockey. those stories and moyer -- later in sports -- those stories and more, later in sports. >>> we'll be on the kron 4 show for new year's. kron 4 new year's live starts at 11:30 on new year's eve. >>> today on diamond dish, we're putting on the apron and we're gonna make a fine meal. it all starts at cooks classes right here in inside the sirrala store in palo alto with this chef. >> we'll have you up and running, you will be very impressed with yourself. let's go. >> let's go. >> reporter: first we boil water. how hard can that be? >> you will be cook the pasta in there. >> reporter: tonight we're making holiday tapas. you would be proud to serve this spark food to your guests. there's a brief lesson how to use a sharp night. saute some shallots and onions and we skewer some shrimps and then it's a
there. our coverage continues with accuweather and meteorologist jim dicky. good morning, jim. >> good morning. our next storm system taking shape through the day. in the form of two storms. one area of low pressure rolling out of the gulf of mexico, bringing rain to the lower mississippi valley. stronger storms in the afternoon in southern louisiana. and a weak area of low pressure tracks its way out of the midwest, bringing light snow across the great lakes. the two combine forces here. through the night, we'll see 1 to 3 inches in the ohio valley. brandi and muhammad, back to you. >>> in pasadena, california, not only are the stanford cardinals and the wisconsin badgers getting ready for tuesday's rose bowl game, workers are putting together the beautiful floats that will be in the tournament of roses parade. >> this is so cool to see in person behind the scenes. 41 floats will be part of the parade. these are really just the finishing touches. the work started on most of the floats after the rose parade back in january. yeah, they start then. amazingly, each float will be decorated
not knowing somebody was inside. that was the store's owner, jim butler. police say butler, they got into an altercation inside the business and philip was eventually shot. philip eventually collapsed in the parking lot. the owner had been having difficulties with people breaking into the store, and this time he happened to be there when it happened. philip had a vast criminal record including theft and various drug offenses. police say so far no charges have been filed in this case. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police are investigating two separate christmas day shootings. one happened on druid park lake drive in west baltimore. an adult male was found suffering a gunshot wound to his leg. there was a shooting in west baltimore. investigators found a male with a gunshot wound to his upper body. no word this morning on his condition or a suspect. a double shooting in east baltimore. one of the victims has been identified and was shot multiple times. he later died at the hospital. a second victim had gunshot wounds to her abdomen. >> authorities have recovered the human remains worr
is the coldest day so far this season jim ramsey tells us how long these temperatures will stay so cold. the new york city sanitation workers didn't have a lot of time to celebrate the new year right after the ball dropped in times square 200 city workers started cleaning up all in all 50 t of trash using everything from sweepers to leaf blowers an estimated 1 million people packed times square to bring in the new year. this year the late dick clark appeared and back here in the chicago area some people picked off the new year with an icy dip into lake michigan how people are beginning 2013 on a very positive note. polar bears invading north avenue beach for six years these unbelievably courageous souls take to the icy waters of lake michigan raising thousands of dollars in donations for greyhound rescues. some prefer to work the ground game at lincoln park at the 28th annual new year's day 5 k run and walk a great way for aaron casey and her dad to start the year off right. it's nice to get up really early like this and get your adrenaline going. no shortage of energy and further south in grant
be 100%. but for the redskins, i thought cris collinsworth hit the nail right on the head. jim haslett, their defensive coordinator, did a great job. he blitzed all night long, and dallas just did not handle it. it started out with the first third down pass where we get an interception and then it went all the way through the game until the big play at the end when tony romo threw another interception against the blitz, and that defense, they had confidence to put deangelo hall one on one on dez bryant and just blitz, and it really paid off for them. >> okay, coach, let's look ahead to the packers and the vikings. who do you like in that game in green bay? >> well, i like green bay, but for really one reason, and that's putting pressure on christian ponder. adrian peterson's going to be great. he's going to make yards. and also, we know that aaron rodgers is going to put up points and have big numbers. but christian ponder has to come up big. he's got to do it on the road. and the last time they were in green bay, he threw a couple big interceptions that turned the game around. he's go
to get that in. sorry, jim. >> thank, brian. happy new year. >> happy new year. >>> police are on the scene of a serious crash involving one of their own officers. news4's keith russell is at the live desk as more details are coming in. >> pat, a prince william county motorcycle officer is in serious condition after colliding with a minivan late this afternoon. the vehicles caught fire. we do not know whether the people inside the van were hurt. the lanes are closed in all directions at the scene. investigators are still working to find out what caused the crash. we have a news4 crew on the way. we'll have a live report at 5:00. jim, pat, back to you. >> thanks, keith. >>> new year's preparations under way in new york city. right now a live look at times square, where crews are getting geared up for the midnight ball to drop. back here at home, there's already some celebrating going on. news4's tony tull has a look at what's happening at first night in old town alexandria. >> reporter: it was a quiet more here in old town alexandria, but the sign in this bookstore displays
in to sierra. >> jammed mcalpine snowball .com joins us over the phone. >> and jim can you hear me. we would need a couple of minutes to establish our phone connection with gm. i do not hear anything. it is not happening. >> we will come back to jim in a few minutes. >> the conditions are fabulous. to get there you do need chains. the avalanche warning has expired and salt. there8 in fai >> now we have at jim mcalpine. >> tons of snow! >> i will start with kirk would of over 7 ft.. the snow bomb guy i will put my word on 10 ft. of new snow at every tahoe resort. >> is the issue dressed up as santa claus? >> no, unfortunately not. >> the ski conditions are so good it is also to report almost every resort has all with spending. >> we just saw a shot where traffic was at a standstill. the chain of cars the cars with their change or driving in and pretty slow going. >>--wis chaith chains. >> i say it is fine if there is a crowd. that means it is a good idea. >> exactly. with intense heat of new snow is amazing and so much fun. i have to remind everyone it can be dangerous. two people over the la
? a nasty winter storm hitting many states in recent days. jim cantore in mobile, alabama. twisters hit yesterday, quite a few, i think, right, jim? >> reporter: yeah. the storm prediction center says 34, our severe weather expert who tracks tornadoes and sees which are duplicated says 19. which for whatever it's worth is a record day for tornadoes on christmas. the previous record was 1969 with 12 tornadoes. guys, here's the deal. now we have tornado season in the middle of winter. and that seems to be what happens nowadays. you see behind me this church was pretty heavily damaged. look at the roof. two sections ripped off. then dropped below. and given the fact that this debris was just dropped off down here, i'm going to probably estimate these winds somewhere in the 90 to 100 mile-per-hour range. so probably ef-1, maybe ef-2 damage. they typically go along the tornado path and look at the damage to assess an actual rating if you will in terms of what that damage is. behind me, a lot of cleanup here on dauphin street. the crews will be cleaning the debris. you see the power lines han
, jim, and i had a chance to visit troops in afghanistan on three separate occasions, meeting them in challah halls, carriers, and helicopters, those enthusiastic young men and women yet to be born when neil walked on the moon were mesmerized by his presence. in a typical neil fashion, he would always walk in, introduce himself, as if they did not know who he was, shaked each and every hand, and he would always give them, "hey. how are you guys doing?" as one increase of the marine, "mr. armstrong, why are you here?" neil's thoughtful and sincerely honest reply was "because you are here." he was special to these young kids and to a few older ones, as well. deeply proud to be a navy aviator, as a civilian at the time he flew, neil never received his astronaut wings. it was a tradition of those in the military. it was on the uss eisenhower back on 2010 on our way to afghanistan that we finally received -- that he'd received the tribute that he deserved. his visibly, visibly moved response said it all, and i quote, "i have never been more proud than when i earned my navy wings of gold
at this point gone up about $8.90, $1,664.80 an ounce. by the way, we have jim o'neill coming up in just a moment. we also have pimco's mow hammel el-erian. >>> steve sedgwick is standing by in london right now. how are things standing by there? >> it's a very quiet session as we saw last week on the u.s. and the european incidentsies. despite the fact that the vix in the united states and the v-stocks and the various volatility measures on this side of the atlantic remain elevated. despite that, we're not seeing a lot of oscillation on the back of, as you said, the fiscal cliff and concerns that we may fall off. does that mean that people are getting complacent? they think even though we might not get a deal in the next 24 hours, we will get a deal fairly imminently. in the meantime, though, this is what we've got in terms of the major european indices. that will open and the germans will come to that in a few minutes' time it has been up year-to-date around about 6% and that makes the ftse 100 a real lagger compared with some of its european peers. a laggard, as well, compared to the c
now you are listening to jim rand, democrat from maryland. let's listen in. >> we will have none of those resources to make that investment after we make this vote tonight. and the problem is we set up three more fiscal cliffs. we are going to have to deal with the debt ceiling. we are going to have to deal with the continuing resolution. expiration. and we will have to deal with the sequester. and all that is left is spending cuts so the only question we have to ask ourselves is what programs do we cut and how deep do we cut them? we got to look back on this night and regret it not withstanding the fact that 95% of it apparently will vote for it. thank you, mr. chairman. >> i'm prepared to close. >> the gentleman from michigan, mr. levin. >> i now yield one minute to the gentleman from new york. >> bret: i said jim moran from maryland. from virginia. heated up about the fiscal cliff debates yet to come. and he is right. one will start just after this one if in fact this bill passes because the debt ceiling debate will begin soon after that as we talked about tonight with the pan
there is always a bull market somewhere, and i promise to find it just for you, right here on "mad money." i'm jim cramer, and i will see you monday. done. it's the right thing to do for our families, for our businesses and for our entire economy. but the hour for immediate action is here. it is now. >> the president correctly says the time for immediate action is now. apparently not his immediate action, though, with the nation facing a crippling fiscal cliff in just three days, the president calls congressional leaders together and says, you fix it. no, he doesn't offer any new plan from the white house, no compromise. instead the president tells the senate to come up with a deal and the same senate that hasn't passed a budget in years. and the marks don't like it at all, 158 points now tanking and falling further in the after market and we'll have to see how asia opens on monday. it could be ugly. the headlines are falling fast and furious. we're all over it "the kudlow report" starts right now. >>> welcome. i'm michelle caruso-cabrera in for larry kudlow. a lot happened in just the last couple
's confronted with the question by jim on the evening news and asked about the scandal and he said there is no sexual relationship. he's weak, he's vacillating and using the present tense verb. everyone gets worried at that point. then hilary once again steps in and goes on the "today" shows and says is part of a vast right-wing conspiracy. it is. but it's more than that. she stiffen his spine basically puts him in a position of outright denial and for six months he's successful and he basically buys time and the american people become more comfortable to the idea of a president who may have actually done this. when finally he has a testify before a federal grand jury, quote, unquote unappropriate relationship. hilary had to make a final decision of her life as to whether to rescue him again. he told her, yes i did have a relationship with her. and it was a terrible thing i did, and he asked for forgiveness. for the last time she saidly standby you. ly stick by you. i will not abandon you. that is pivotal. that is pivotal. it's a moment in time when a number of senators, democrat a
, were penetrating in 1995 and 1994 into the soils. he went back to vietnam with his son jim who's one of the proponents of the mission. he was the highest ranking military figure to return to vietnam at that time. and he was a leader in convincing president clinton to open, to normalize relations with vietnam. and that's another interesting -- and, actually, president clinton asked him to get general westmoreland onboard on all this. and bud played a very central role in getting general westmoreland to recognize the importance of opening up a relationship with vietnam. and so the watch really never ended for bud. and that's why in 1998 the president of the united states, bill clinton, would give him the presidential medal of freedom for everything he had done on behalf of generations of people. he never stopped fighting, as president clinton said. never stopped fighting for those who had no power. so my book is not so much a story about his different commands, and it's not an official naval history. i leave that to the next generation of naval historians who will have is the access to
is a member of the jury and a climate scientist in his own right at lawrence livermore lab. >> jim, you and steve were pioneers of the frontiers of climate science, exploring the role of the oceans in climate change, the role of clouds, the role of aerosol particles, and i could spend a lot of time recounting your scientific contributions. i won't -- i just wanna tell you one very brief story. back in 1988, i was doing my postdoc in hamburg, you testified in front of congress. you said, we see the signal emerging from the noise. that had huge influence on me and on hundreds, thousands of my colleagues. the idea that we could see some coherent human-caused warming signal emerging from the year- to-year or decade-to-decade noise of natural climate variability, it certainly had a discernable influence on my career and on the science i chose to do. germans have a word, zivilcourage, there's not really an english translation for it. and what it means as best as i can translate it is, individuals who show extraordinary courage, not in the extraordinary circumstances of war, but in the extraor
ice. case in point, take a look at this from monroe county, michigan. jim swayze was walking his dogs when one of them went out on the ice and fell in. rescue crews were able to get man and best friend to safety. good to see. >> amazing. glad he made it out okay. >>> that monster winter storm is now being blamed for east 16 deaths. as heavy snow fell on pittsburgh, air travelers suffered through cancellations and lengthy delays. an american airlines plane ran over a snow patch in pittsburgh and got stuck on the runway for nearly three hours. wouldn't want to be on that flight. and one up to hit by hurricane sandy was under water once again. in sea bright, new jersey, heavy tide filled basements with flad waters several feet deep. and in the south, tornado survivors are cleaning up the damage as abc's matt gutman has this report. >> reporter: this video from a wall greens from here in mobile showing is very gut of a tornado. the wind first blasts around debris. then the funnel, dense with debr debris, begins sucking in cars, slamming them down. inside, this man in uniform, poking his h
. it was a dream come true for the newlyweds. >> jim and i met in 1977. i really didn't believe gay people wovr see the day they could marry. >> reporter: after 35 years as a couple, they were the first same-sex couple to be legally wed at baltimore city hall. the mayor as an ordained minister presided over the ceremony herself. >> it is a very emotional night. incredibly meaningful night. there are so many people who have a chance now to have the life that they wanted for themselves and for their family and i'm so proud of maryland. that we chose equality over hate. >> reporter: seven same-sex couples took their vows at city hall at 12:30 this morning. the culmination of what has been a long battle for supporters of marriage equality. the same-sex marriage referendum on the ballot in move was hotly debated but ultimately passed. >> i'm very happy. this is -- this is as happy as i have ever been and spend the rest of my life with bill legally and just showed a gay community it can be done. >> reporter: jim and bill have advice for other same-sex couples thinking of making a lifetime commitment. >>
. [ jim ] we raise our chickens cage-free. we're trying to make a better chicken. >>> a circuit court judge has granted the release of justin wolfe. he spent the last 11 years on death row. a federal judge threw out his murder for hire conviction and death sentence two years ago after finding the prosecution withheld evidence that might have cleared him. >> that same federal judge ordered him released by tomorrow and today a prince william county judge agreed. peggy fox has more now from manassas. >> reporter: justin wolfe gave his family a huge smile and there were tears of joy and hugs, all this after the judge here agreed with the federal judge and granted wolfe's release. >> i missed you so much. >> reporter: terri steinberg embraced her friends, family and legal team for their steadfast support in securing her son justin's release. >> it may be tomorrow justin will actually be breathing the same air, fresh air. >> reporter: justin wolfe information solitary confinement on death row for the past 11 years after his murder for hire conviction and death sentence in the killing of
, the sequestration, and the debt ceiling, it is the main reason why democratic congressman jim moran opposed this bill. we will hear from him in the next half-hour. but again, it was a late night here on capitol hill. we should be getting used to that in the year 2013. back to you. >> surae chinn reporting live from capitol hill. >>> at 6:03, jessica doyle still watching your money report and the fiscal cliff. >> and the fight we should continue to expect with congress having several other hurdles to deal with. >> our money problems are far from over. in fact, they're just really beginning for this new year. it is a great quote very for you to sum up the year ahead. this comes from a december 27th blog on the tax policy center website. quote: it looks as if lawmakers will spend 2013 staggering from crisis to crisis not unlike a bunch of nasty drunks weaving their way from barroom to barroom. so what type of crisis are we talking about here? we'll run through the timeline. right now the country is employing a bunch of accounting tricks to keep paying the bills after we slammed our head into t
for another round of snow. >> for more on the snow and air, we'll turn to meteorologist jim dicky. >> good morning. a cold morning on tap in new england. many spots in single digits. these are the lows here. as we switch over to the highs in the north central portion of the country, only at 9 in minneapolis and bismarck. 14 your high in pierre. arctic air is surging its way out of canada. paula and john, back to you. >> quite colder than 35 here in new york when i was bringing that coffee for you this morning, walking back from the starbucks. >> i appreciate the coffee. thank you. i was just waiting for some snow to accumulate in the city because i've been bribing my children to be on their best behavior so we can make snow angels. >> central park? >> i was like, you have to take a nap. if you wake up early, we eastern not going to go outside because i was anticipating accumulation, but didn't get one. >> playing in central park is awesome. >>> let's talk about a latest terror threat from al qaeda in yemen, putting the bounty on the heads of u.s. ambassadors and american soldiers. a video
, if you stick with the plan, i think equities are poised to do well this year. >> i talked with jim o'neill and he was saying he thinks this could be the year that the u.s. actually loses its leadership edge when it comes to bull markets and things going on. he thinks you handed it off to other countries overseas at this point. are you worried at all about that? >> i'm not. jim o'neill speaks from a different point of view than i would. maybity right in the thick of it down here. i'm a big believe in america. big believe in the markets. i have be a exposure to the markets like everybody does but i'm not ready to pass the mantle to somebody else. >> rich, we are talking about fighting the fed and what is bad idea that is. bonds are another market that people seem to not fight the fed but is this is the year that interest rates start higher? >> we don't know that. the fed is a huge elephant in the room and it is as long as they keep buying bonds, you don't have a problem. the thing that concerns me is that -- >> go ahead. >> the thing that concerns me is we borrow a trillion plus dollar
stoned. jim spellman joins us. you were there for opening night. what was it like? >> it's a big celebration. it really marked the end of what they see as a civil rights struggle. to legalize marijuana, stop arresting people for this, stop using law enforcement resources. years they tried to get to this. so there was a lot of celebration and a sense of accomplishment. i was able to speak with a couple people there. >> you can not buy marijuana from the club, but you can bring marijuana, you can share marijuana, you can have others share with you. and you can associate with with others in private and disgreet environment. >> it's great to be able to exercise my vote to get together with my common man and express ourselves. >> reporter: it's really unclear exact exactly what these clubs will look like going forward, but last night they were starting to stretch their wings and find out what exactly the freedoms that they come with this amendment will look like. >> was this a big crowd, big turnout or not so much? >> not a huge crowd. honestly it was one of the events where the journ
. big jim in americans reading e-books, re-- research finds 16 and older red -- print reading drops from 72% down to 67%. salary of time cook dropped by 99%, his 2012 compensation 4.2 million dollars, far cry from the 378 million last year. steve jobs' famously collected a dollar a year. >> for the first time in its history voting for oscars online some voters are complaining the system is confusing and worried it could be vulnerable to it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free. powerful cleaning that's family friendly. another step forward in our mission for health. >>> good friday morning thanks for joining us. you are looking live from emeryville at the bay bridge dry so far this morning chilly you want to bundle up, 40° in the east bay >>> 4:43 breaking news from new jersey, three off
. >> that's home dozen up quick, and jim from building to building. >> this is cell phone pictures of the structure fire that damaged 12 buildings and forced evacuation of a dozen homes. cold and confused residents forced into the street with little more than the clothes on their back, and i you can hear it. up sos of the wood burping and -- burning and popping. the firefighters seen here is entering the second floor under a cloud of smoke. flames only feet away, moving quickly. aide e -- i've seen fires like this could easily go to fifth large. they dade great job. >> firefighters say the fire may have started in the rear but stressed they're still in the early stages of the investigation. burn ped water logged wood is piled at this doorstep, preventing anyone from entering the place that at least until today six different families called home. >>> we have also learned that the fire started at the lower level of the victorian, and its spread to the other victorians. we know there were working smoke detectors and it was the time of day that is also being credited for helping people
-crossin backstabber. who was running the racket with the judges dough. nice work jim, boys we're in. the honorable judge just put himself right out of the running. shaggsey that hunch of yours was right. this judge not only looks like eddie. he's the biggest two-timing double-crossin candidate that ever ran for office. he's even worse than our own man. are you calling the judge? i'm calling smiley. this looks like what they put on a guy what's givin a necktie party. now tell me the rap on these bentley's. attempted murder, mrs bentley and her husband tried to kill her father and collect his insurance. one of them things eh? um hum they pushed him in front of a subway train. but they bungled it the fools the old man is alive but somewhat mangled. the entire country is shocked by the ugliness of it. some how they fail to see any beauty in it. what chance they got? judge parker-- none or they wouldn't have spent all that money. trying to square things before coming up for trial. did they try to get to judge parker? oh no no they wouldn't do that. they know its impossible to fix judge parker, but eddi
the price of your dry-cleaning. that and more at 6:00. first, the "cbs evening news" is next. jim axelrod is in for scott pelley. see you at 6:00. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com storm is on the move. the midwest got a blizzard for christmas, the south got dozens of tornadoes, and the northeast is next. the first numbers are coming in, and elaine quijano reports this could be the weakest holiday shopping season in years. hospitals are running out of some cancer drugs for children. >> that is the really scary part-- what if i relapse again? >> axelrod: dr. jon lapook on the danger to the patients. and-- >> i think i found something. >> axelrod: it was the only thing she had left after super storm sandy. michelle miller catches up with a woman determined to start over. >> they all send me e-mails and funny things for me to laugh. they all ask about me, including you. captioning sponsored by cbs
had their way today it the wait to play will be longer. jim harboughs team wanted to beat arizona to get the west. collin, after a slow start. michael craptree, 8 balls, 172 yards and two touchdowns. san fran up by one. could have been much more but david missed the 2nd of two field goals in the first half. up 7-6. 3rd quarter, 10-6 now. making a 17-6 run for san francisco. and they put it out of reach, 2- 1 by frank gore. 51st career touchdown that breaks the franchise record, roger craig that made 24-6,en 7- 13, and clinched the nfc west. >> the russian division. it means a lot to us and to our players. and congratulating them for getting that done. in those first four years what it felt like this time. traps fer it. and plan for, you know, just going into the off season to feel better. you know, it was difficult to win. >> to get next weekend off, closeout green bay today. peterson, 7 of his 199 yards here. he needed 29 to be the single season king. the battle, rogers to nelson, they come back and tie the game at 34. then, the vikings respond on the blair wa alsh field goal. ti
they may. jim harbough trying to win the nfc west, again. collin, lets it fly. michael crabtree, just like he drew it up on the board. slow start, 7-6 over arizona. could of had more, david ackers, up by 1 point, 3rd quarter now. squeezes this one to hit crabtree for the touchdown 17- 6. fast forward to the 4th quarter, frank gore. his 51st career rushing touchdown. it broke craigs franchise record and the 49erss win that and the west, final of 27-13. >> the western division champions that means a lot to us and our players. i congratulate them for getting that done. >> i remember the first four years what it felt like this time of the year, you know, you are just playing for -- playing for pride and playing for, you know, just going into the off season to get better. now, to, you know, the last two seasons to be playing for something. i mean, man it is a blessing. we are grateful for it. >> one of the goals was to win the division. ultimate goal is to make it to the super bowl and to win that. >>> 49ers need it pet are son, getting the second seed in the conference. peterson, up the middle
to the throne at next year's christmas reunion. jim meceda, nbc news, london. >>> if you plan to head to the movie, you better make sure you have a little extra time because many of this season's blockbusters are clocking in at almost three hours. a report from hollywood. >> reporter: they are epic productions, earning oscar buzz. >> shall we stop this bleeding? >> reporter: this year's blockbusters have something else in common. you better block out three hours if you want to see one. as we approach the end of the year, hollywood's heavyweights are posting some hefty run times. spielberg's "lincoln" clocks in at 2 1/2 hours. "les miserables" is almost three hours. >> and a whop iping 2:49, "neverending." >> they should all be called the never ending story. >> one word of advice, go to the toilet before the movie started. >> reporter: why try to hold the moviegoers attention so long. many say blame it on oscar. there's a feeling in hollywood the academy won't take a best picture contender seriously if it's under two hours. this time of year, studios are racing to release these epics b
. that's the name of the game. and if we can do it on the highway bill, if -- if i could do it with jim inhofe, if debbie stabenow can do it with pat roberts on the farm bill, i know -- and there are other examples i could give. i could give examples of senator feinstein with her republican counterpart. i could give many examples on the appropriations committee. we know we can do this. we just have to take a deep breath and put our ego as side for this country's sake and make those compromise that allow us to still stand tall. now, i'm only five feet so that's hard, but you get the point. we can do this and we should do it now. and if we don't do it now, we should vote on the president's plan because the people of this country deserve better than to be left hanging on a cliff. they don't deserve that. it's not right. thank you very much. i yield the floor. note the absence of a quorum and ask that the time be charged -- the presiding officer: who yields time? mrs. boxer: i would note the absence of a quorum and ask that the time be equally divided between the two sides. the presiding of
constant in 1921, whom jim spoke about in his introduction, and later when dorothy was the chief of the bureau in berlin was as courageous as her american trend, possibly more so spirits intent on breaking through that concrete ceiling of male dominated the literature and journalism they both were intent on confronting the pivotal issues of their time head-on, and they would remain friends of their lives. it was as humble as a beginning as dorothy. she was born sicily isabel on the a outskirts of london in 18922 space thailand mother with musical aspirations in a truly gifted journalist father when she abandoned them to poverty. she was both devastated and in the liberated. as angry as she was, she liked thompson was able to convince herself. naughty and rebellious ms. fairfield first tried to be an actress which was a terrible thing for a respectable woman to do but early on, she realized that her true passion and the devotee was the spoken word coming and she became a feminist journalist as a tool for initiating social change. by the age of 20, she had earned a reputation as a
her rising thing. rebecca west who have met thompson in london in 1921, whom jim spoke about in his introduction, and later when dorothy was a chief of the bureau in berlin, was as courageous and as an domino ball as american friend, possibly more so. kindred spirits intent on breaking through that concrete ceiling of male-dominated literature and journalism. they both were intent on confronting the pivotal issues of their times head-on. and they would remain friends all of their lives. rebecca west had as humble a beginning as dorothy thompson eric she was born so silly isabel fairfield on the outskirts of london in 1892 to a scotch highland mother with musical aspirations, and a truly gifted journalist father. when he left them, abandoned them to poverty, when she, too, was only eight, she was both devastated and liberated. as angry as she was, she, like thompson, was able to invent herself. noddy and rebellious, ms. fairfield first tried to be an actress, which was a terrible thing for a respectable woman to do. but early on she realized that her true passion and her true ability
and bowl win since 1949 49ers coach jim harbaugh has brought in another kicker to push david akers. it's billy cundiff who was after missing this field goal in the afc championship season and sending new england to the super bowl. cundoff has been cut a total of 9 times in his career.yet harbaugh wants a little competition to hopefully light a spark under the struggling akers in sacramento - two people were shot and killed in an incident that led to the cancellation of the city's fireworks show. >> certainly, he has done a lot of great things, the warriors against the clippers. just a little bit of bluster kron >> good night.
-1/4 miles, three years to build. opening in 1918 mayor sunny jim roth drove the first car. wealth also ended this oddity on one remote ocean beach a village called carville. with 35,000 people lived on discarded munni cars. >> people like jack london. >> we found one cable car house remaining today on 46th avenue. the interior munni car chic. he's to you. >> hello munni. munni will offer free rides also on new year's eve. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> aaa wants to keep drunk drives off the streets this new year's eve. they're offering free rides and tows home. drivers can get their cars towed and get a free ride up to 10 miles from 6:00 a.m. new year's eve to 6:00 a.m. new year's day. just contact aaa and tell the operator you need a tipsy tow. you do not need to be a aaa member. >>> a very cold day across the entire bay area. now we're tracking a few more rain showers. right now on the maps we'll show you some of the current numbers. these are the current numbers, 42 to 52 degrees across the region. you definitely want to bundle up. here's the perspective, with the radar you will se
and the mayor's office has helped us and jim where are you? he's the private sector liaison and thank you for all your har work. i appreciate it. i want to talk about the efficacy of this partnership. we hold a drill every year. and in two 000 at on california and 2009 at ferry building and vacated it in the morning and when bart was going to strike and we were ready and ten on mid-market and this year two fire drills and the chief's wife is here and her team was spectacular and the they had two drills and i will show you a video in a minute. why do we do that? why do we have our member dos that? because we want to test that response plan because it's no good on paper unless you test it and we do that. we run drills and it takes about a drill to do, to plan. we work with the public sector agency and it was the fire department and next year alsolet fire department and we had drills with the police department swat and a day long drill and you name the emergency we probably planned for it, and i am not here to brag. i am here to tell you these drills help and we can't do that without
the outstanding student superintendent and staff and pta and i would like to give a shout out to dakota and jim and allison. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> i wanted to wait for all commendations to take place so that i don't take away from this, but what i would like to do is have some privilege here and maybe make last comments for my last general session after eight years of serving on the school board. i have to say it's been a real privilege to have been here for eight years in this capacity and working with everybody in the school community. i think we have done a lot in eight years. we have accomplished a lot. we have steadily gone uphill in regards to student outcomes. people are beginning to trust us a lot more now in regards to the public in terms of sending their kids to the public schools. we have reversed that trend three years ago, even though we have done that for three years, the general public still does not really know that yet. and i constantly have to remind them that this is what has happened. and this was even happening before the economic downturn. so it wasn't abou
. >> and if there are any other members of public that would like to speak, please do just line up. >> hi. i am jim patrick, patrick and company in san francisco. i want to go to the agreet agreement with heins. i would like to find out the bullet points. what are the responsibilities and deals made there? to the best of my knowledge is not a public record and wondering if it will be a public record ? thank you. >> thank you. if there are no other members of public that will like to speak, we'll close public comment at this time. [ gavel ] and we'll move on to the regular calendar. >> item no. 17 a presentation of the audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended june 30 120 [#20*-/] 12 and the report to the board of directors. >> thank you. >> and director sarah will present this item. >> good morning again directors. you have been presented with our annual financial report and i am of course pleased that we have again received an unqualified clean opinion. i do want to acknowledge the other tjpa financial staff that you haven't met. they are not at our meetings, but they are instrumental i
's the executive director, there was a lot of people there, very high dignitary people, even jim lazarus was there, when i took a look at what they had planned out, they had architects where the explore tor yum is going to leave, so the planning that would be looked at, they want to open up the middle of that building, it's like a part of a hanger, so they were thinking about opening it up in the middle and making a difference, right away, i wanted to [inaudible] to take a good look at what's being looked at there, there's the building on the outside which went through retrofit during 1993. the building structure, they want to possibly build the palace on the north end of the properties, that's something that might be later on used on the marina greens area, i'm not sure, and they can also look at that, but the building itself, it has retrofit and as they're tearing at all the pieces, i would have liked to propose that there be external facade which mimics or by the columns, the external of the building where they want to open up that part would be pentagonal and you can build on top of it, an upp
. >> commissioner chan. >> slash loftus. >> okay. >> entertainable for these purposes. i just wanted to say to jim perkins and beverly and kathy i feel i will be doing this a lot tonight but as someone that worked in the system as a domestic violence prosecutor and i am sure president mazzucco feels the same way i lived the changes that you all made happen. you improved our system. you created 400 recommendations that kept women and families safe in this city, and as a participant in the system i saw the changes from the dedicated courtroom to the dedicated trained judges to the trainings at the police academy to the training for the prosecutors. none of that happens by accident. it happens by method logically and makings system change is not easy and 10 years later and i can remember -- gene rolins is here is talking about the audit. this has been lived and breathed and participated in by this city and by the city family, and without leadership and accountability -- you know, commissioner shorter we wouldn't have the gains that we had so i can't under score my gratitude for you and your lead
-based organization contact the task force for speaking engagements? >> if you call and ask to speak to jim miller. >> is there any effort to formalize the relationship with a community-based organization? >> right now, we do not have that effort in place. it is a good idea, it is something that we have talked about. it is important for us to understand what the cbos are doing. it is important for them to have specific training for their individuals. they should also have some guidelines and some criteria to evaluate their successes, on a quarterly and yearly basis. >> thank you. last question. what are the types of job opportunities that are available for at risk youth? what are the funding opportunities? >> there are not many job opportunities right now. with the way that funding is currently, it is only being reduced. what we try to do is think creative. we try to create an internship programs, where we try to confuse -- infuse youth. we utilize a lot of non-western ways of trying to have youth identified. we infuse political education so they can make a good choice. there are other programs li
cary and the scenic designic, donna eastman, as well as the lighting designer jim ingles developed this idea of a turn table which would turn and allow the audience to see primary locations but see beyond that through the set secondary and tertiary types of scenes as opposed to being very boxy. so in the writing of the piece, all of this is taken into consideration while it was being developed, how we were going to stage it. over that period of 3 1/2 to 4 years, the piece got tighter, stronger, we worked with a variety of actors that came and went which in this particular case was very important because the material deals with people from a lot of different backgrounds and my own background is japanese american, there are two cake ters who are japanese american, three, rather, but there are african american characters, there's a russian jew by way of yokohama and i don't necessarily have those backgrounds. so in the workshop process, what it allows me to do to work with actors, particularly some of the african american characters, i can work with them to make sure the characters i
. the advisory board, advisory councilmembers who are with us today, harbor light advisory council chairman jim ayers. right over there. (applause) >> harbor light and chinatown core advisory council lilly chin. hey, lilly. chairman of the salvation army metro advisory board and harbor light center advisory councilmember, you all know him, pete ratto. (applause) >> hey, pete. and introduce our volunteers and vips, san francisco city ask county, the honorable mayor ed lee. [cheering and applauding] * >> from the san francisco police department, the chief of course, greg. and the san francisco police department command staff. [cheering and applauding] >> the san francisco fire department. with chief joanne hayes white, san francisco fire department command staff. [cheering and applauding] >> we're not there yet. a little anxious. [laughter] >> where was i here? united states army, deputy commanding officers of the pacific division, colonel petty stratford, senior officer staff. [cheering and applauding] >> san francisco heights president hu man services commission, commissioner scott kahn. (appla
at the relationship between guns and mental illness. jim miller cracks open what we need to know in the wake of the sandy hook massacre. one year in review from the shooting on the first day of school in perry hall to the stunning performance of michael phelps and the olympics. we look at the highest and lowest moments in 2012. now, you're maryland lottery pick 3 and pick 4 numbers. ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ ♪ >> 832 1-1-0-3. >> the pick 4 number is 11 03. >> how does the years they've looked? >> mostly dry and maybe a quick sprinkle or florid but tomorrow is a 30% chance of a wintry mix. we're not talking any accumulation. it gets colder by wednesday and a mere 44 the next couple of days. >> so much. we hope you have a safe and happy new year. thank you for joining us. >> be sure to watch again at 5:00. have a great today.
, including raising the debt ceiling and sequestration reasons why democratic congressman jim moran voted against the measure. >> the problem is we set up three more fiscal cliffs, and all that's left is spending cuts. the only question we have to ask ourselves what programs do we cut them and how deep do we cut them. we'll look back at this night and regret it. >>it's frustrating to see the people go through the tough times and congress is not getting its job done. >> at least they're doing something. better than nothing. >> reporter: on capitol hill, surae chinn, 9news. >>> the bill includes an extension of unemployment benefits for about two million americans. the bill does not include the payroll tax cut. so workers will be paying about 2% more in social security taxes and that means a smaller paycheck each month. >>> the first same-sex marriages were performed at the montgomery county courthouse this morning. yesterday marked the first day that gay marriages were legal in the state of maryland. and among the first to tie the knot, a couple who got married at the black walnut-point in
, jim butler. police said butler and philip got into an altercation inside the business, and philip was eventually shot. philip ran out of the business and collapsed in the parking lot. he has been having difficulties lately with people breaking into the store, which police have responded to. it is just someone broken and he was there. as far as philip, he had a vast criminal record, which included guilty pleas to second-degree assault, theft, drug offenses, and court appearances for in the same. so far, no charges have been filed in this case. >> authorities say they have recovered human remains where a trap was laid for firefighters in new york. officials believe the remains of the sister of the shooter. her younger brother is responsible for setting fires and ambushing first responders. the fund typewritten reports saying the shooter wanted to burn down the neighborhood, and saying, "i want to do what i do best -- killing people puzzle in connecticut today, police officers received a gift of time. other officers from across the state have stepped up to fill in, so every newtown p
razones. contraten más gente, no me importa, compren más camiones, hagan algo. jim, ¿qué es esto? parece perejil. ordené cinco docenas no cinco bolsas. cinco bolsas de perejil italiano, ¿ves? pero... en esta factura... dice cinco docenas. no, dice una caja de 60 lo que son cinco docenas. cinco docenas, 60, ¿ves? eso fue mi culpa, leí mal el fax. o podrían aprender a leer. fue completamente un error humano. leer bien es muy importante cuando te llega un pedido. vi que llegaban al restaurante. ¿dónde están? esto es estúpido. idiotas. (chris) es muy importante tener todo listo porque si no estás listo para atender, será horrible. (theo) tiene que ser una broma. ¡qué idiotas! esto es un desastre. mi pedido ya debería estar aquí y ya son casi las 3. recibí su orden y la recibí tarde. lo necesito antes del almuerzo. y no alcancé a ingresarla a tiempo. qué clase de explicación es esa. pero esperaba tener todo antes de las 4 y media. no puedo tener a mis clientes felices si no hay con que cocinar. hay que tener a los clientes felices porque si no lo están, no volverán. [tel
to the freezing temperatures tonight. good evening, everyone i'm jim rosenfield. we'll take a live look outside where a winter weather advisory just expired in d.c. but the temperatures are expected to take a dive so the concern is icy roads. snow fell in frederick, maryland, drivers saw some flurries. there is leftover snow on the ground from wednesday there. snow turned to rain here in d.c. joggers braving the weather. less than inch fell in maryland. as temperatures dip below freezing, officials warning drivers to take it easy. storm team 4 meteorologist kim martucci is here with more. >> not much snow fell at d.c. a trace at reagan national. if you go north of frederick you get to 3 inches or more. the storm is leaving us. we said good-bye to the flurries a while ago. that is where ski country is. here's what is next for us. gusty winds on the way picking up overnight. this sends the wind chills into the teens tonight. it will feel like the 20s tomorrow. when i see you next we'll talk about a hiccup in the weather system coming our way for new year's day. >> thanks, kim. >>> new tonight, a
children. $300 a month. >> jim alexander is one of many people now switching to the newest way to cut the bills. verizon's home connect i service. >> it is grate, i save up to $27 a month. >> reporter: they now use this little box for their home phones. unlike magic jack that uses an internet correction. this uses this cell network and has a battery back up. >> it has two different outlets here so you can plug in multiple wireless or corded devices. >> reporter: savings at least $30 a month. >> it is $20 a month, it is unlimited calling, long distance, voice mail. >> reporter: verizon is offering this in most areas o in the country. at&t has it in some places. it doesn't work with home alarms. other option, family share data plans that can save up to $50 a month. they won't save money if most of your family's phones are regular cell phones. if so, consider option number three. a prepaid cell phone ideal for teens. the kids can't run up your bill. >> you don't have to worry about going over. no hidden fees or anything like that. you pay for what you get. >> reporter: finally, look over
in favor, but democrats. jim rand said we would look back on this night and regret it because it will create three more fiscal cliffs and the sequester, all three of which will hit in the next coming months. >> it is important to reiterate that even if this bill passes, taxes are on their way up for millions of americans. a 2% cut in the payroll tax expired last night. the bill also stems unemployment benefits for about 2 million americans. it blocks increase in fees for doctors to create -- who treat medicare prices. and you will see a spike in milk prices. go to our web site for instant updates about the fiscal cliff. plus, the very latest tomorrow morning on "good morning washington." we are monitoring a developing story out of prince george's county. a large home went up in flames. this happened in the 8200 block in quentin. a neighbor shared his cellphone video with us. no one was in the home at the time. it was still in the process of being built so no one was living in it yet. a heartbreaking night in prince william county. 24 hours after a police officer loses his life
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